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Scientists had been concerned for a month with a fundamental coronavirus issue. They knew that China had managed to somehow control infections, in particular the city of Wuhan, with 11 million inhabitants, because of the … Full article

Radiation therapy and chemotherapy usually have cardiovascular complications among their side effects. Cancer treatment multiplies the risk of cardiovascular complications by three, while representing the most frequent cause of …

We are all procrastinators but we each have our style. That is why there are no strategies that work for everyone or magic solutions that can be applied in …

Renewable energies require a large number of metals and rare earth materials whose extraction produces, in the places where they are obtained, contamination of the soil far superior to …

Climate change will fertilize millions of hectares in the coldest areas of the planet. As global warming caused by climate change progresses, huge amounts of land now barren will …

Pneumonia, often caused by air pollution, is the leading cause of infant mortality. Every 40 seconds a child under five years of age dies from pneumonia. There are 2,000 … Full article

Lung cancer claims approximately two million lives a year in the world, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Tobacco use is responsible for between 80% and 90% of …

If a couple of healthy twenty-year-old girl and boy have sex every two or three days without using contraceptive methods, their probability of pregnancy will be around 25% monthly. …

Vitamins, minerals, calcium, folic acid, iron and Omega 3 are just a few of the nutrients that mothers should have abundantly in their bodies. The question is, how much …

Melatonin is a hormone that warns the body to prepare for sleep, so it is used when it is hard to do so. But let’s not confuse having a …

Playing is essential for children: it awakens their creativity and imagination and fosters social relationships. No matter the age: children like to play, and more if they do it …

Likes and shares in social networks, pornography and having everything you want are some causes of your levels of dopamine to go up uncontrollably and also to make us …

According to some studies, even babies can feel under the water. So, how can we help them, at that young age, to deal with something that adults don’t understand? …

Bacteria are persecuted and subject to health campaigns, but few people know that if it were not for a specific form of these tiny beings, life would not have …

Mutations in the human body occur due to the use of chemotherapy and radiation in the mid and long terms. Scientists at the Institut de Recerca Biomèdica of Barcelona …

Although the jury is still out on man-made climate change, the reality is that environmental pollution is very real and its negative effects result in unwanted outcomes. Pollution is …

Immunotherapy is already responsible for waking up the immune system to attack tumor cells. It revolutionized the prognosis of some very aggressive tumors in the last decade and aims …

Perhaps current generations are doomed when it comes to using antibiotics to fight disease caused by bacteria, but there seems to be a chance that such a fight can …

Imagine a bacterium or group of bacteria transmitting a text message to another group and this second group taking it to different places in your body. Well, this has …

“Planet Earth is running out of resources” for humans to continue their march towards wherever they want to go, many environmentalists and scientists say. No one would like to …

For decades, fluoride has been presented as one of the most important ingredients in toothpaste, because according to common wisdom, it helps prevent cavities. What promoters of using fluoride …

According to Wikipedia, Omega is the 24th and last letter of the Greek alphabet. It literally means “great O”, and perhaps that greatness goes beyond Greek beliefs. In a …

In a recent article, I wrote about how happiness has become an unhealthy obsession. It is impossible to be happy all the time, and most people do not even …

The great enemy of well-being is stress: 94% of American university students suffer it. “It’s the new global pandemic,” says Tal Ben-Shahar, a doctor of Psychology and Philosophy from …

The hallmark of human evolution is the explosive growth of the frontal cortex. No one denies that understanding the brain is one of the two or three major challenges …